Phil's Build: 2019 BMW X5 xDrive 50i

      When you add every single option the new X5 is just a hair under $100k. #BMW #BMWX5 #X5 #2019X5

      X5 xDrive50i

      4.4-liter BMW TwinPower Turbo V-8 engine xDrive, intelligent all-wheel drive


      BASE MSRP $75,750


      M Sport Design $3,800


      Executive Tier

      Premium Package $1,350

      Head-up Display

      Wireless Charging and WiFi Hotspot

      Gesture Control

      Enhanced USB & Bluetooth

      Executive Package $2,050

      Remote Engine Start

      Soft-close automatic doors

      Heated and Cooled Cupholders

      Rear manual side window shades

      Icon Adaptive LED Headlights with Laserlight

      COLOR Arctic Grey Metallic

      WHEELS 21" M Y-spoke bi-color wheels, style 741M with performance run-flat tires $950

      UPHOLSTERY Tartufo Extended Merino Leather $1,000

      TRIM Brown-Metallic Ash Grain Wood Trim Trim


      Driving Assistance Plus Package $1,700

      Active Driving Assistant Pro

      Dynamic Handling Package $3,650

      M Sport Brakes

      M Sport Differential

      Adaptive M Suspension Professional

      Integral Active Steering

      Luxury Seating Package $1,200

      Front ventilated seats

      Front massaging seats

      Parking Assistance Package $700

      Surround View w/ 3D View

      Parking Assistant Plus

      Front and Rear Heated Seats $350

      Glass Controls $650

      Heated Front Seats Armrests & Steering Wheel $250

      Leather Dashboard $1,200

      Night Vision with Pedestrian Detection $2,300

      Space-saver spare $150


      TOTAL MSRP as Built $98,045

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      Comments (2)

      • Yah, I did that and was shocked too. That is a huge market jump for the car. Now that the X3 is in the 60-70 range fully loaded, and this making closer to the 6 figures, I wonder if this has anything to do with the new terrifies.

          2 years ago


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